New Douglas Village Board elected this spring were sworn in on Monday, May 18. They were trustees Montt Beckett, Susan Garcia (re-elected) and George Grindstaff. The board now is, front row from left, Lisa Dawn Micnheimer (secretary), June Ridens and Barb Bassett; back row, Beckett, Rachel Fogg, Garcia and Grindstaff. Village President Randel Winfrey is not pictured.
New Douglas Village Board elected this spring were sworn in on Monday, May 18. They were trustees Montt Beckett, Susan Garcia (re-elected) and George Grindstaff. The board now is, front row from left, Lisa Dawn Micnheimer (secretary), June Ridens and Barb Bassett; back row, Beckett, Rachel Fogg, Garcia and Grindstaff. Village President Randel Winfrey is not pictured.
New Douglas Village Board elected this spring were sworn in on Monday, May 18. They were trustees Montt Beckett, Susan Garcia (re-elected) and George Grindstaff. The board now is, front row from left, Lisa Dawn Micnheimer (secretary), June Ridens and Barb Bassett; back row, Beckett, Rachel Fogg, Garcia and Grindstaff. Village President Randel Winfrey is not pictured.

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